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appreciate

verb /əˈpriːʃieit/
to be grateful for (something)
dankbar sein für
I appreciate all your hard work.
to value (someone or something) highly
zu schätzen wissen
Mothers are very often not appreciated.
understand; to be aware of
verstehen
I appreciate your difficulties but I cannot help.
to increase in value
im Wert steigen
My house has appreciated (in value) considerably over the last ten years.
appreciable /-ʃəbl/ adjective noticeable; considerable
beträchtlich
There has been an appreciable increase in house prices.
appreciably /-ʃəbli/ adverb
nennenswert
appreciation noun gratefulness
die Dankbarkeit
I wish to show my appreciation for everything which you have done.
the state of valuing or understanding something
das Verständnis
He has gained a deep appreciation of poetry.
the state of being aware of something
das Verständnis
He has no appreciation of our difficulties.
an increase in value.
die Wertsteigerung
a written article etc which describes the qualities of something
die Würdigung
Sheila is writing an appreciation of the new book.
appreciative /-ʃətiv/ adjective giving due thanks or praise; grateful
dankbar
an appreciative audience.
appreciatively adverb
dankbar
(Definition of appreciate from the Password English-German Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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